Delivering the ‘Art of the Possible’ is our people mission. As an organisation we are forward thinking and progressive and our HR team share the same ethos. You’d be joining us at an exciting time. We are continuing to develop and invest in the team so if you’d like to play your part, we’d love to hear from you!
Ideally this role is 37 hours per week, although we will consider a minimum of 30 hours over 4 days. You'll also enjoy the flexibility of hybrid working.
About the Role
As a Senior HR Advisor you will join a team of supportive and skilled HR professionals delivering HR Advisory services across Lincolnshire County Council. This is an integral role within our HR family, working in partnership with managers across the organisation and HR colleagues.
You’ll manage a complex Employee Relations caseload and provide a generic and agile HR Advisory service to a diverse range of service areas. Although this will be your ‘day-to-day’ role, you’ll also have the opportunity to be involved in key projects, working with colleagues across the Council, developing skills whilst working to deliver our People Strategy. What could be better?
The role enjoys hybrid working with a Lincoln work base and ability to travel across the county when needed.
To be successful in this role, you will need to:
- Be an experienced HR professional qualified or in your final year CIPD level 7 with a minimum of Associate CIPD status
- Be highly knowledgeable in the areas of employment law, employee relations and working with Trade Unions,
- Have a proven track record in providing professional HR Advice on employment relations issues including grievance, discipline, sickness absence, capability and managing change in a large, complex and diverse organisation
- Be an effective communicator, with an ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with a range of people.
- Display and role model the right behaviours.
What we offer
Our environment is supportive and we are ambitious for both the people who work here and the residents of the county. In addition to a competitive salary, you can enjoy hybrid working, a flexible working pattern, generous annual leave and pension scheme and exciting training and development opportunities.
For further information on all our benefits please see our rewards and benefits brochure.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Sue Garner firstname.lastname@example.org or mark.Goodliffe@lincolnshire.gov.uk.
Ideally this role is 37 hours per week, although we will consider a minimum of 30 hours over 4 days.
Closing date for advert: Monday 26 February 2024
Interviews: WC 11 March 2024